Adrian Mierzejewski (Sydney FC) – With over 40 international appearances for Poland and UEFA Champions League experience, the 30-year-old winger brings skill and speed to the Hyundai A-League champions.
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Dario Vidosic (Wellington Phoenix) – The Caltex Socceroo playmaker joins his fourth Hyundai A-League club, linking up with dad Rado (assistant coach). Will fill the creative boots left by the departed Roly Bonevacia.
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Andreu (Perth Glory) – Stepping into the boots left by departing skipper Rostyn Griffiths, the Spanish midfielder – who played alongside Lionel Messi at the Barcelona academy – returns to the A-League after a season at the Wanderers in 2015/16.
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Karim Matmour (Adelaide United) – After a stellar career in Germany, including 275 Bundesliga appearances, the Algerian international has arrived at Coopers Stadium as a key addition under new boss Marco Kurz.
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Andrija Kaludjerovic (Wellington Phoenix) – The well-travelled striker has scored 108 goals in 236 games in league’s everywhere from Switzerland, China, Spain, Serbia and Lithuania.
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Vince Lia (Adelaide United) – The tough-tackling midfielder has over 200 Hyundai A-League appearances under his belt and arrives in Adelaide on a one-year deal to boost the club’s midfield stocks.
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Mitchell Oxborrow (Brisbane Roar) – Despite being only 22, Oxborrow has played five seasons in the Hyundai A-League at both the Glory and Jets. Will relish a fresh start under John Aloisi in Brisbane.
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Daniel Mullen (Wellington Phoenix) – The experienced defender and one-cap Caltex Socceroo has more than 100 Hyundai A-League games to his name in stints at Adelaide United, Western Sydney Wanderers and Newcastle Jets.
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Matias Sanchez (Melbourne Victory) – The 29-year-old Argentine midfielder boasts an impressive resume playing in his homeland. Was also part of the Argentina U-20 side which won the FIFA Youth World Cup in 2007, with teammates like Sergio Aguero and Angel Di Maria.